Jam It's A Sin Next Time You See Me Jam The Rub Jam Look On Yonder Wall Jam -> Turn On Your Lovelight Jam -> Drums -> Jam -> The Other One Jam -> Jam -> Death Don't Have No Mercy Dark Star Jam -> The Eleven Jam -> The Seven
I brought this back home with me from Arizona on a HD last june
and I finally got around to preparing it for CDr
What I have came from a DAT>ZA2>wav>(sound forge for cutting
to track size)>shn
All CD switches come at natural breaks in the sets.
Timings used are very close to those listed below from the
Dead Project but not precisely the same.
The last Jam in Set 2 is complete here and not cut like on the
Dead Project list below.
The sound mix differs from set 1 to set 2: Set 1 has everything
in the left or right channel with just about nothing in the
middle of the sound picture. Whereas in Set 2 Jerry's gitar is moved
to the middle, better balancing things out.
Set 1 had a bit of hiss. I used 'Diamond Cut - Audio Restoration
Tools 32' to remove it. There was a stretch in the beginning
before Jerry starts playing where I could get a good sound sample
of the hiss for the removal.
DAT>ZA2>wav by D. Hollister
Hard disk transport back to Norway, Sound Forge cutting for CDR,
and De-hissing by Konstantin
Re-tracking on sector boundaries by Jeff Hoelter
Track 3 Pop at 4:09
Track 6 Glitch at 2:09
Track 4 Sound dropsout at 3:56 for about 600 milliseconds
May 23, 2020 Subject:
The title is:
Look Over Yonder Wall .
Butterfield Blues Band song - I think it's the title track; album before East-West. This version, apparently, with Butter on vocals and harmonica.
April 14, 2015 Subject:
October 10, 2014 Subject:
I notice the date from Deadbase says 10/9/68 at the Matrix whereas the title in Archive.org says 10/10/68...what gives? This is killer stuff! A rehearsal jam session is always fun to explore.
June 25, 2009 Subject:
“We’re just goofing”
There some awesome Dead in 1968 – this isn't one of them. This pales in comparison to much of 1968, particular January, February, March, and August.
This is not a Dead show -- the Dead were on a break. They had just finished an awesome tour and were now in town recording Aoxomoxoa and regrouping. There were Dead shows the following week, but in town.
At the end of track 1 (miller) Garcia says apologetically “We just playing here. We’re just goofing… Nobody’s up to anything serious.” And it’s true. They’re just jamming for fun, and a lot of the jams aren’t all that interesting or inspired.
This changes Death Don’t Have No Mercy. Jerry starts to get serious, and delivers a good perfornamce. The next track, a Dark-Star-ish jam, and is much better than the blues jams of elsewere. So is the Eleven Jam, which is quite good. Jerry and Phil get into a groove that they just weren’t in earlier. It’s interesting to hear the transformation.
But, the Seven jam deteriorates into repetitive chords – they’re back to rehearsing again, trying to get into a 7/4 beat. It gets better after three minutes or so.
It’s a Sin is an oldie – they hadn’t played it since May 1966, according to Deadbase. (There are some great 1966 shows.)